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  • There are many routine treatments for foot problems, from anti-inflammatory pills to cortisone injections, to a million different pads, cushions, ointments and, of course, surgery. All of these have temporary, pain-relieving effects. But, if you want the chance to permanently solve the problem, you must change the way your feet function on the ground. And the only way to do that is to use a true custom, biomechanical orthotic: Sole Supports.

  • Sole Supports are Full Contact foot orthotics.  Since sole supports are custom fit to the patient's feet, they maintain constant contact with the bottom of the patient's feet, and provide total support.
    Do your orthotics do that?
  • There are two basic states of the foot that should be very familiar: arch up and arch down. The arch down state happens when, after the heel strikes the ground, the foot unwinds inside and the arch does a free fall due to gravity. Most people are able to do this so well they overdo it. More on this later.
  • Are you a sports minded person, or just physically fit?  Sole Supports foot orthotics are in use by sports figures around the world.  Ask your Sole Supports provider for our athletic fitted orthotics, or call Sole Supports and ask to talk with our Athletic Orthotics Sales Representative.
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Why Sole Supports? MASS Posture Orthotics and the Gait Cycle
Leading Podiatrists Speak  Why do they use Sole Supports?
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Are You an Athlete?  Improving Athletic Performance with Sole Supports
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Ed's Corner              

Foot Posture Biomechanics and MASS Theory

by Edward S Glaser and David Fleming

The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 9 (1): 12

Differences between single axis and postural models of foot biomechanics are explored. Subtalar joint function is discussed and a new model explaining midfoot locking is proposed.    More ...

 

Interval Measurement of the Angle of Calcaneal Facets: A Historical Postmortem Study

by Edward S Glaser, David C Fleming, and Norma Reece

The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 9 (1): 8

Purpose: To better understand the anatomical variation in angles that each of the three facets of the subtalar joint has with relation to the transverse, frontal and sagittal planes along the facet’s long axis..  More ...

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